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krauthammer. >> all i did [inaudible] we call it moneyed in the palm. >> the factor continues its reporting on the massive entitlement spending. even as the debt situation gets worse. crowley, colmes and stossel on that. >> all right. what is your. [gunfire] >> there is gunshots. >> you just heard gunshots? >> unarmed 17-year-old gunned down in florida. it could be entirely legal. is it legal is investigating. >> bill: caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. we will have the talking points memo in the second segment this evening. first, fox news on the illinois primary. let's go to bret baier. standing by in chicago. i understand the exit polling shows mitt romney out in front in illinois. correct? >> bret: that's right, bill. the polls are all closed in illinois. mitt romney has a solid lead over rick santorum. the decision desk is saying the race is too close to call. far behind newt gingrich and ron paul they are battling it out for third place. ob
column this week, charles krauthammer says romney remains the tortoise in the race. is it now romney all the way? >> i think so. a few percentage points made a huge difference. had romney loss to michigan, you would have heard the alarm bells through washington. it would have been high drama. he won by a few points. the conventional wisdom is that romney will win. >> people make fun of him because he keeps putting his foot in his mouth. he is not the most appealing to most of america because he really is different from them. however, he did map out a year- long campaign. he has been unbelievably tough. he had the money to stick it out. he modified the plan when he had to. if i thought running a campaign was evidence of running the country, i would have a great deal admiration for him. i still have some admiration for him because he has dealt with himself. >> the american public may not love romney, but his own staff apparently does. we have heard little of the usual back fighting. you do not hear that. that tells me romney is a pretty good boss and at least the people close to him like h
. this time in alabama and mississippi. but charles krauthammer has some bad news for the governor. >> female students struggle with a lack of contraceptive coverage that causes financial, emotional and medical burdens. >> bill: tonight, the factor continues its investigation into sandra fluke and how she is becoming a major player in the presidential election. we have some information that might surprise you. >> i, bill maher here, sarah palin agreed to do commentary at fox news, which is actually very similar to her day job talking to a baby with down syndrome. >> bill: outrage growing over the democratic machine accepting a million dollars from bill maher. we'll have a special report on that. caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. charles krauthammer has bad news for mitt romney in a moment. we wrap up reporting on sandra fluke. for six days we have been telling you that the 30-year-old georgetown law student has become a major boyfriend who is the son
president. >> after my election i have more flexibility. >> bill: charles krauthammer will have more thoughts. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor gibbs right -- begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. i'm sorry about the voice and all of that. it is allergy season here in the northeast. and it just descended upon me. but, anyway, i will muddle through. a bad day for obama care at the supreme court. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. consensus is that solicitor general done have a -- did not make a strong arguement in asserting that the federal government has a right to force americans to buy health insurance or anything else for that matter. verrillli got caught when he tried to call the fine that would be imposed if the americans didn't buy health insurance a tax. liberal justice stephan breyer wasn't buying it. >> if they pay the tax, then they are in compliance with the law. >> why do you keep saying tax? [ laughter ] >> if they pay the tax penalty. >>
. why is he staying in the race? we will ask krauthammer next. ♪ >> andrea: welcome back to "the five." rick santorum was dancing last night. not with himself, but the supporters in alabama and mississippi. as he had a big success last night south of the mason-dixon line. mitt romney is leading in the delegates but what about newt gingrich? our own charles krauthammer had to say about staying in the race. could be vengeance. listen to charles. >> gingrich had a terrible night. i thought his speech was even worse. mocking tone toward romney. romney had a bad night, but gingrich had a worse night. that was his home court. if he can't win in alabama and mississippi, where can he win? it had tone of a man who knows it's out of his reach but he wants to stay in there and settle some scores. >> andrea: robert, you get the sense after iowa, where romney went after newt gingrich so fiercely, that he is staying in the race to settle scores. if you look at the tell gait count, rom -- delegate count, gingrich has 131. the math doesn't add up for gingrich. why would he possibly stay in the race a
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for daily use and a 30-tablet free trial. >> shep: welcome back to hannity. still ahead, charles krauthammer and juan williams. frank is standing by with outstanding group of republican voters. when we finally have a nominee how would this focus group like them to campaign against obama? what are the issues he is must vulnerable? >> how do you want the campaign to be against barack obama? >> creating jobs. >> which bothers you more the fact you got 8.3% unemployment the fact we have the biggest budget deficit in american history or the fact that our debt continues to climb and climb and climb. one at a time. >> everything because our debt is turning our domestic foreign policy. >> it's the debt. we are heading toward big fat greek country. in a couple of years, it's time to fix it now. >> i surely agree we are heading to where greece is now. but the numbers, give us the real numbers. don't have the fake numbers that are out now. >> reporter: you don't trust them. >> who doesn't trust house republicans? so if they have a "r" after their dame you trust them but a democrats after their name you
. >> bill: charles krauthammer will have more thoughts. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor gibbs right -- begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. i'm sorry about the voice and all of that. it is allergy season here in the northeast. and it just descended upon me. but, anyway, i will muddle through. a bad day for obama care at the supreme court. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. consensus is that solicitor general done have a -- did not make a strong arguement in asserting that the federal government has a right to force americans to buy health insurance or anything else for that matter. verrillli got caught when he tried to call the fine that would be imposed if the americans didn't buy health insurance a tax. liberal justice stephan breyer wasn't buying it. >> if they pay the tax, then they are in compliance with the law. >> why do you keep saying tax? [ laughter ] >> if they pay the tax penalty. >> thank you. >> they are in compliance with the law. >> than
voters to support him. this time in alabama and mississippi. but charles krauthammer has some bad news for the governor. >> female students struggle with a lack of contraceptive coverage that causes financial, emotional and medical burdens. >> bill: tonight, the factor continues its investigation into sandra fluke and how she is becoming a major player in the presidential election. we have some information that might surprise you. >> i, bill maher here, sarah palin agreed to do commentary at fox news, which is actually very similar to her day job talking to a baby with down syndrome. >> bill: outrage growing over the democratic machine accepting a million dollars from bill maher. we'll have a special report on that. caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. charles krauthammer has bad news for mitt romney in a moment. we wrap up reporting on sandra fluke. for six days we have been telling you that the 30-year-old georgetown law student has become a maj
did charles krauthammer. >> it's a huge gaffe. this is president himself i'll be unleashed. i can governor hard left. i can do all this stuff unmolested. that his way of telling people you have no idea of what myend agenda is going to be the second term but let me tell you, it's pretty hard left. >> dana: and what about shake of the head. what do you think. >> greg: when he said, without my wife we can party. i know he is saying, don't be less stressed but i won't be as tough as i normally am. what is the message it sends to the polls and ukrainians but they will be bringing their silverware and learning russian. >> kimberly: i do think it's a big deal. it reminds me during the kerry-bush campaign, bear fight in 2004 when john kerry said i voted for it before i voted against it. that became a defining moment that defined him as a flip-flopper. i think it defined everybody about president obama but i know you don't agree. >> bob: i admire krauthammer a lot. he is off the wall. you are taking a conversation and every conservative and every republican pretty much is saying oh, that m
krauthammer in "the washington post," that's a little much. >> jon: have the media changed their minds about mitt romney after him going two for two. i think they're beginning to have to acknowledge the obvious, which he is the front runner, he's going into super tuesday as the front runner and even conservatives like jennifer reuben in "the washington post" have said, you know, rick santorum makes social issues the issue, and then he gets mad at the media for covering him when he does that. i think that the tide has really turned on the santorum surge, and even if the headliners don't seem to get it yet. >> jon: here is another aspects of this, monica, rick santorum has bashed the media and said, look, they are, you know, misquoting me or they are focusing on the wrong things and focusing on my religion and not my economic plan. you don't hear that much from mitt romney. >> you know what's interesting, whenever republican presidential candidates go after the media, they either have success or they don't and i think that the thing that decides whether or not they're going to have success is
that help thehe people of michigan get a hold on to a job? >> in his column, charles krauthammer says romney remains a steady and spectacular tortoise in the race -- unspectacular tortoise in the race. >> a few percentage points make a huge difference. hadomney lost michigan, there would have been alarm bells across washington. it would have been high drama. it did not happen. the conventional wisdom is that romney will win. >> i want to see something about romney for a second. people make fun of him because he keeps putting his foot in his mouth. he is not the most appealing to most of america. he really is different from them. however, he really did map out the year-long campaign. he has been unbelievably tough. he did have the money to stick it out. he has modified the plan when he had to. if i actually thought running a campaign is evidence of running the cntry, and would have a great deal of admiration for him. i still have some admiration for him because he h has dealt with himself. >> the american public may not love mitt romney, and his own staff apparently does. we have heard little
in birmingham or jackson. >> bret: john roberts, thank you very much. up next our panel, charles krauthammer steve hays we'll analyze what these two big wins mean, here they are. we might as well show you while you're sitting there. we'll be back right afte today, we stand against the tyranny of meager travelards. battle speech right? may i? capital one is issuing a venture double miles challenge. sh us how much you spent last year and we'll give you 2 miles for every dollar spent on your travel reward card. up to 100,000 miles! hawaii, here we come. claim your miles at capitalone.com today! wh's in your wallet? cayou play games on that? not on the runway. no. >>> welcome back to america's election headquarters coverage tonight two, big southern primaries. alabama and mississippi big wins for rick santorum, those are surprises. taking a look at alabama there, you can see the spread 35%, 29%, 29%. there is a battle for second place there in alabama. 84% of the expected votes in currently. as you go to mississippi you can see that it is also a win from rick santorum but a battle for second pla
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real clear politics and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. chuck is the resident supreme court watcher. the court will have three days of hearing next week and they won't decide this from june. but what is the sense of what the justices will do. strike down part of the law, uphold it or decide this hasn't gone in effect. they haven't begun the mandat mandate. >> this is hard to predict. but it's wrong to suppose they want to dump the case or find a way around it, unless they find it unavoidable. they have taken issues including one on the show earlier, medicaid and the role of the state that seemed to many people they weren't interested because there hasn't been a lower court division. they have assumed a lot of authority, power by granting the issues and deciding to decide them. i say expect them to do something sweeping, whatever they will do. >> bret: come down one way or the other. sweeping more the law or against the law? >> put it this way, i think they have already decided this is a much closer question than a lot of the supporters of the law made it out to be. merely by
, the spokes people to clair faye where he was on it. i think it was charles krauthammer who said no, someone on the right said not good enough, mitt. get out there and clarify it yourself. >> dana: it wasn't krauthammer. >> kimberly: he thought it was a statement. >> bob: his press secretary must be getting tired of running out and clarifying. >> kimberly: c'mon! it's not a mess like you suggest. i like biden doing the electroslide walking it back ever so often. coming up, rush limbaugh pays respect to andrew breitbart who died this morning in los angeles. stay with us. ♪ ♪ i wouldn't do that. get married? no, i wouldn't use that single miles credit card. nice ring. knock it off. ignore him. with the capital one venture card you earn... double miles on every purchase. [ sharon ] 3d is so real larry. i'm right here larry. if you're not earning double miles... you're settling for half. really? a plaid tie? what, are we in prep school? [ male announcer ] get the venture card at capitalone.com and earn double miles on every purchase every day. what's in your wallet? was gonna say that. uh hu
, charles krauthammer predicting marco rubio will be mitt romney's vice presidential choice. jesse watters goes to spring break and comes back alive. also, dennis miller on more left-wing activity at ben and jerry's. those reports after these messages. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually se arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammatio plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. a celebrex is not a narcotic. when it comes to relieving your arthritis pain, you and your doctor need to balance the benefits with the risks. all prescription nsaids, like celebrex, ibuprofen, naen, and melocam have the same cardiovascar warning. they all may increase the chance of heart attack or stroke, which
of deterrence. the conservative thinker, charles krauthammer wrote in "the new republic" in 19834, deterrence like old age is intolerable until one considers the alternative. yet today it is the right that has decided that deterrence is a lie. kra krauthammer, the american enter surprise institute, would lead us instead on a policy path that culminates in a preventive war. it is the right's version of the nuclear freeze, a simple solution that actually doesn't solve anything. strikes on iran would probably delay its program a few years while driving up domestic support within iran for the government in tehran and for the nuclear program. it would provide a much stronger rationale for iran to pursue nuclear weapons, having been attacked. yet sophisticated conservatives insist that this route is preferable to deterrence. deterrence is a difficult concept to accept because it is counterintuitive. the prospect of destruction produces peace. and yet its record is remarkable. great powers went to war with brutal regularity for hundreds of years. then came nuclear weapons, and there has not been a w
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